TC Smythe has owned and operated SoundChick for more than 20 years. In that time, she has run sound for venues that range all the way from coffeehouses to amphitheaters across the country.
SoundChick specializes in the amplification and recording of live acoustic music and the spoken word. Additionally, she also offers training for women and girls who want to become sound engineers themselves.
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Sometimes you'd like all the bells and whistles for your band, and other times, you only need a mic and a podium for a presenter.
The SoundChick is happy to provide any level of equipment or service that will make your event a success. Prices are based on the amount of gear your event needs and the time it will take to set it up, run it, and tear it down. Give us a call, or send us an email for a quote!
The SoundChick can help you memorialize a special event, or help your act produce a full-blown live album.
To hear a lossless audio sample of our work, click the link below.
Like our live show rates, recording prices are based on the number of shows we need to attend to capture your best performance, and the amount of mixing and mastering required to get it just right. Contact us and we'll talk about what you need!
If you're good without an engineer, the SoundChick's inventory has everything you need to entertain up to 500 people or simply have fun with friends and family. Rentals can be designed around entire systems or for individual pieces that you lack.
If you can arrange pick-up and drop-off of the equipment, rentals can be had for as little as $50.00!
We carry JBL, Mackie, Soundcraft, and Alesis products, and all cables are signal-tested before assignment.
The all-day audio workshop can be tailored to cover any set of topics that concern the music business.
What do you want to know? Our instructors can offer individual and group sessions, or we can deliver learning in person or over Zoom conferencing.
If you know your band is really better than they've been sounding, perhaps what you need is a tweaking session on your own gear. In most cases, you don't need to buy new stuff. Why not tweak the gear you already have?
Let the SoundChick have a crack at resetting your board. You can save the settings for later!